One of the most rewarding parts of my personal journey is helping you learn how to have a better journey of your own. Anxiety, depression, or unsatisfying relationships do not have to define who you are.
In our "quick-fix" world, pills and self-help books promise to fix the symptoms. But both fail to address the complexity of your unique problems.
My therapeutic approach matches your need for something more professional and takes you and your problems seriously. Together we will get to the heart of what hurts in your life, and help you incorporate changes that can transform it.
My style of helping people with the challenges of depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and difficult relationships is not a passive one. I tend to be fairly straightforward while providing the support and nonjudgmental attitude you need to move toward your goals.
Many times changing nutrition, sleep, and exercise can improve mood and anxiety disorders. We will always include those in our examination of the stresses of your life. Your well-being requires that you be an active participant in your therapy, not just a patient.
I have a Master of Science degree in psychology and am licensed by the state of Texas. My own journey, like yours, has been peppered with trying times as well as joyous ones. I understand on a personal level how difficult some paths can be and how gratifying it can be to add those experiences to your life's story.